After only one week of Donald Trump being in charge of Raw, Mr. McMahon's ego and competitive nature got the best of him, pushing him to buy back Raw from Trump...but for double the cost.
Everyone is going to pick Johan number one. But what is Jake Peavy? Chopped Liver? He did win the pitching WWE crowns last year. He's finished second in the NL in ERA three out of the last four years and has struck out the most batters in 2005 and 2007 while finishing second in 2006.
People really need to get past the John Cena can't wrestle argument. He's a very good worker and he's shown it time and again. Moveset doesn't make a wrestler, psychology does. And Cena has that in spades- don't blame him for creative direction.
The good news about this is that Vince seems to be willing to finally push some of his young superstars. Swagger has been on the cusp of moving up the ranks for a while now and it appears he finally is getting his push. Chris Jericho is no spring chicken and he is more than capable of making Swagger look good in a feud. That is the whole idea here, after all. Swagger has to be believable to be champion. Jericho will ensure that. The only real problem is, it is not clear who Swagger will be feuding with. It may be Jericho and it may even be Edge.
After Trump set up Vince's new office in the bathroom and informed the live audience that they would be refunded their ticket prices and enjoy a free show, the Chairman had had enough. On top of that, Trump declined to appoint an new GM, but instead promised a weekly celebrity guest on Raw. Doing his famous power march, Vince stormed the ring, blasting Trump's actions and pointing fingers. Vince accused Trump of scheming to drive the WWE to financial ruin by providing the WWE Universe with all these freebies.
I'm sure he will end up wrestling in another promotion. I can see TNA being an option down the road once he has proved that he's gotten his substance problems under control. But the indy scene and Japan will most definitely book him immediately.
Although Secretariat is undoubtedly an inspirational film about the triumphs of a champion horse the movie does not shy away from wrestling portraying the sexism that Penny encountered as a woman who gave up her life as a housewife to go into the male-dominated business of horse racing as well as the conflicts that Penny encountered in her own family because of her job. In this interview, Lane talks about what it was like to portray a horse-racing pioneer; how she could relate to the challenges of balancing career and family; and what were the origins of her fascination with horses.
So now when you ask John Cena-movie star? You will know that he has already experienced a great deal of success in his short movie career and it will be exciting to see what movie he will star in next.